Flash ? Core Animation

Flash 10.1 on Mac OS X is looking like it will suck less than it has in the past. Adobe appear to be making the considerable effort to leverage Core Animation on OS X to help Flash’s drawing out. I don’t know that this will help with H.264 decoding (YouTube etc) but it can’t hurt to have some acceleration applied to it’s drawing…

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